Vietjet launches POWER PASS SkyBoss for unlimited flying

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POWER PASS SkyBoss is given to passengers who have been accompanying Vietjet on its journey to conquer the skies, making breakthroughs and revolutionising Viet Nam’s aviation industry. — Photo courtesy of Vietjet

Vietjet has introduced POWER PASS SkyBoss that will allow passengers to fly all over Viet Nam from now until September 30, 2021, excluding national holidays.

With the pass, worth nearly VND69 million (US$3,000), passengers can buy SkyBoss tickets just three hours before the scheduled departure time on more than 50 routes across Viet Nam, the airline said in a statement.

Passengers will also have a chance to offer flights to loved ones as gifts and enjoy luxury facilities and five-star resorts around the country such as Furama and Ariyana for free, it said.

To mark the launch, Vietjet is offering a special promotion for the first 50 purchasers with a direct discount of 50 per cent when purchasing POWER PASS SkyBoss at www.vietjetair.com or https://powerpass.vietjetair.com/.

Choosing POWER PASS SkyBoss, passengers will be served at priority counters, priority entrance, private car transport to the aircraft, free 10kg of carry-on luggage, 30kg checked luggage and 1 set of golf clubs under 15kg. They can also enjoy priority security check and immigration, the VIP lounges at domestic and international airports, free flow of welcome drinks and hot, fresh meals during flights. — VNS

 

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